Hotel Ms Chipichape
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... house together in Cali in order to better their salsa skills. Pretty cool! I really wish I had the money to do that as well. The irony in Josh asking me to watch after him is that when Karen and I returned to the hostel, I got sick and puked my brains out. It's strange because I really didn't drink that much, this hasn't happened to me in years, and I woke up without a hangover so I really feel like I couldn't have drank so ...
Me and Dunia finally arrive in Cali and had to find a place to stay. Most bus terminals have Internet cafes, so a quick Google search told us somewhere close. Local House Hostel was the lucky establishment to have is as guests.
It was a pretty funky place with doors made into tables, gas bottles for chairs, paintings and art all over the place and other stuff alike. The room was pretty ...
... the string of wants started because I couldn't do something that I really, really wanted to do - to go to San Agustin. San Agustin is a sleepy pueblo more or less in the middle of nowhere in Southern Colombia, a place no one would think to visit if it wasn't for a very big draw card. San Agustin is home to an archeological park that contains the worlds largest assortment of pre-Hispanic religious sculptures. The megalithic statues range from realistic ...
... the over powering humidity and large armies of
mosquitos whose only want in life was to eat me alive! I could barely cope with
it though you should have seen little sweaty Quebec boy who is more used to
temperatures of -40! We spent one night in a living sweat box of a dorm room
where I hardly slept and the next day we attempted to take a walk around the
old city but this only lasted all on 20 minutes before we decided to abort
mission and ...
... and viewpoint. At the end of the bike path we started up the Yellow Brick Road (which really did look like it belongs in the Wizard of Oz) and had a nice 10 minute walk through the woods to the end! On arrival, The lake was very disappointing and was more like a small mud bath than a lake but the view was really nice and you could see all across Medellin! We also saw some interesting wildlife in the form of a big bird (unclassified by the group) and also a Rhinoceros ...